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Research news

08
Nov
2011

PhD candidate Tristan Moss wins Australian Army History Research Grant

Congratulations to Tristan Moss, a PhD candidate in the School of Cultural Inquiry, who has been awarded an Australian Army History...
02
Nov
2011

CASS researchers contribute to ANU funding

It was announced yesterday that ANU will receive more than $34m in research grants through the latest round of Australian Research Council...
01
Nov
2011

Stakes are high for problem gamblers

People with gambling problems are unlikely to identify as having a problem or to seek help unless they have experienced serious impacts or...
31
Oct
2011

Dr Robert Ackland recognised for research on the web

Dr Robert Ackland has been appointed a founding member of the Science Council of the Web Index project, run by the Web Foundation. Dr...
14
Oct
2011

Birth of bling: world's first art studio found in South Africa

Article by Peter Hiscock, Professor of Archaeology. Could we have found the first artist’s studio in human history? We may well have...
13
Oct
2011

Closing the gender gap

A new report has been released by ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences researchers into gender and development, focusing on gender...
05
Oct
2011

The fall of the city by Archibald Macleish

As part of an ongoing research project, director Andrew Holmes presents Pulitzer Prize-winning poet dramatist Archibald MacLeish’s...
27
Sep
2011

Age of the network

The World Wide Web (WWW) has changed how humans interact; for some scholars, we now live in the 'Age of the Network. As online...
14
Sep
2011

A decade of disappointment in Afghanistan

Ten years after the US-led invasion of Afghanistan, a new book launched on Monday at The Australian National University gives key insight...
07
Sep
2011

New approaches to writing deep time history

Professor Ann McGrath and fellow Chief Investigator A/Professor Peter Veth have recently commenced work on a three year ARC Discovery...

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